Which is better AMD or Intel processors?

By aumvadi9675 ·
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Which is better and why ?
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You can go for intel

by kritikaryson In reply to Which is better AMD or In ...

Intel is much better overall and also in terms of gaming.

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AMD vs Intel

by workaroundtc1 In reply to Which is better AMD or In ...

2 months ago I was also digging to find out which processor is best, so as per my experience if we look at the oldest processor from these two brands AMD and Intel, you will find a huge difference in the performance and power consumption. With new technologies there is not much difference in their performance, consumption, graphics, and price. Let's have a look at these points.

Power Consumption
Not much difference in the latest processors

Well, in performance, Intel is better than AMD due to its per-core performance. But if we talk about core count, then AMD is better.

In terms of graphics, we all know AMD beat intel. The APU series of AMD is well known because of its powerful integrated graphics by which you can play modern games easily on medium settings without any integrated graphics card.
Now Intel also launches their powerful processor, which is Iris Xe with 11th gen Tiger Lake Processor and directly competing with AMD in terms of graphics.

Talking about the price, you will find a good processor at a reasonable price in AMD with more core and thread count than the intel in the same range of price.

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AMD vs Intel Conclusion

by sidshan61 In reply to Which is better AMD or In ...

Back in the days, the AMD processors lack in terms of performance and had overheating issues. But now the AMD processors give a tough fight to Intel processors. I have Acer Nitro 5 with AMD Ryzen 5, and its been a year and I do not felt any lag in performance or heating issue.
In conclusion, I want to say that, if you have a good budget then you can go with Intel processors. No doubt Intel processors are the best one. But if you have a tight budget then you can go with AMD processors without any worry.

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